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It isn't much and there is some debate about the function as Socrates was most likely imprisoned in the Agora. Anyway, it is a marked stop on the way up to the top of Filopappou Hill (this climb is absolutely worth it for the views o the Acropolis and you can see the sea). If you see the "Prison of... 更多
I found this place while wandering around the foothill of Acropolis. There is no doubt that it is an important site but there is nothing much to see. There is a description board should you like to read. If you happen to visit around there, a quick stop is worthwhile.
its a hole in the ground but it is easy to see and it is in a location that isnt far from other sites so its not bad to just go and see it but i have seen better tombs crypts and cells so this doesn't make my list of top 10 holes in the ground
The prison is likely not where Socrates was held; however, it gives you an idea of what the prison could have been like. You can only view the caves from the outside. It is a quick walk from the Acropolis and is not very well marked (you can see it to the left of the main path before the crest... 更多
Of course everyone goes to Philippapos hill to have a great view of Acropolis and the south Athens, so take a chance to see this prison just below the hill, it´s free, an important part of Greek history where socrates was jailed before sentenced to death...drinking cicuta, that was around 399BC.
It is actually not 100% sure this is the real prison of Socrates, but for REASON, I am going to say it is. The interior are iron-barred, so you can't go in and experience what Socrates had experienced. Actually there are not much to see but do come here for Socrates.